THE 1972 LANCER
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every morning be to
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resolve for the day;
t ihall nor feor anyone
1 ihall fear only God.
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will toward anyone.
1 shall conquer untruth
And in resitting untruth
1 shall put up with
Lancer Staff of
Dobson, North Carolina
We^ in an onalyiii of tne bwfi of Iff*,
Realize that there is always a beginning.
Each day is, in Itself, o new start, and
each day is filled with new horizons.
Just as the mind refresh the land, new
challenges provide the refreshing port of
life. Doors perpetually in motion open to
the onrush! ny masses, presenting us with yet
another starting gate. Vast icos of fog cloud
the entrance to tomorrow, and we begin to find
A place to go
■— where we won't care
With love so rich
and hate so rare
It seems passing
Builds a growing
Closing gaps like
no one else,
We gather a rainbow
of unsung wealth.
A place to sit and
greet the sun
A tower to which
we both can Run.
Caring not what
Loving each other
day by day.
Our goal seems
almost halfway met
We look for little
more than that
And gathering the
dust of childhood
We cast it upon
the waters of
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The sky never
As the winds
blow our way.
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Our hearts and minds
arc young and true H
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WE look for you
A year has shown that the ■ability to lead it
indeed among u*. Hii firm guidance and gentle
vrnle andenthusierun has led Surry Community College
fo fu greatest year - - 1972.
Deqn of Student Personnel
Dean of Admin itlfotive Service!
Dean of Evening Programs
Director of Studant Activities
Director of Financial Aid
Director of Adult and Extension Education
Director of Learning Rejoorce*
Abbe Ros* Cox
Dr, Adoifo Gorriaran
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Conrad C» Ho I comb, Jr.
Gaii Fan nan
Dr. Royitiond W*n@er
Dr. Gearge Rowe
w Mr. Shepord searches for answers,
giving his time Jo help irudenfe*
Mr. Aywrs looks Info one of rho day's
AaVnini strati on members I com
as well as the students.
C* JWsrrfrt Lea
Barbara Wo 1 1
Regina St. Ooir
F I ontie Bryant
left to right: Mildred Draughn, Beuloh MorTon,
Leantt Cook, Viola Istixon, and Shirley Payn*,
Claude Morion and Warren Mitchell
Terry Badge rt
<. Set ton
Mary A. Boyd
* Phyllis Church
Kate CI if (or
Christine Coil ins
Grayson Col lira
Motrin Docker y
Being a Freshmen mews spending long Hours in the library learning the
Fundamental* of writing term papers.
Calhy Fall in
Mike SuHock fakes time to
relit to th* wtjide world-
"Well, let's go hove fun.
I hove to pull my trans-
mission this afternoon."
Car lent- Haynes
Stuart Hoi comb
Pom Hoi lor
T*rft$n Ho r I On
Paul a Key
Joe Lawrence, Jr.
Anita Luff man
\jlen Mori in
Carol Mc Call urn
Ana San tan a
Dennis To I beet
Jo Ann Van Horn
Robi n York
Forgetting lime is all too ihort
There is felt a need* to Fly
For tpirit foul ten, and sadneji
For what bdt been to good cannot
Yet, there are mare adventure*
'Welting in other I cm as fe>f fhoie
In tho making of a new tond far
the children of 1(
Kitty Hen nij
Don old Hicks
Judy Honey eutt
Beginning eoch new day
Wondering what it hold*
With doubt ond concern
But greeting it wfth
Courage and hope
We seek to open doors of others
T>s make new doors of our own.
Carl Martin, Jr.
Dor re I Martin
Dale Matthew j
Gary Mi Hi
Rosemary Monti inger
Wit la Norman
'What nudes?" "I don't see any nudes! "'
■A former graduate finds a jab on campus..
Botch Casually ond THe Somedunce Kid hft Dobion
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Student Council member Gaty Mi 111 palroti the parking lot In his spore
time far fun and profit for the Student Council.
Soph on ore Charles Shorpe actually studies in bis
Wade Whit lock
lm ©gene Wilmorh
Ron Wish on
AFTER DARK, SCC!
Mr, Carlos Surmtt does a fine job as head of our
Student! who could not come during the day Find It
est/ to come and take die courses offered for night stu-
dents. The courses range from College Parallel to the
technical and vocational course;.
One con always Find time to take a course at S,C,C,
Takes on A New FACE!
There is truly no '"generation gap" in SCC'i night division.
There -fs, however, the same spirit of learning which has
made SCC The college that it is today.
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Above: Nighr i I udenti en-
gage in hen**! diicu»ron.
Left: The night is not all
studying and learning.
Below: There is always
someone there to help with
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First Row; Left to Right. Deborah Holmon, Dixie Cook, Linda
Maihis, Susan Lawrence, JiN Johnson, Teresa Shirjoult, Peggy Frost,
Koihy Payne, Second Row: Kathie Boylei, Gray Marion, Duha
Gant, Mr* Shepherd, Adviior; Jsrry Adorni, Larry Gordon, Gary
Mills, Jan LawiOn, Ann Dirtkeni.
Members are busily decorating the Chrisrrras
tree in ih* cafeteria.
Jerry Re id, Preside nr
Lonnie Hotchird, Vice-Presidenr
Qebbfe Murray, Secretary
Debbie Hayes, Treasurer
MU ALPHA THETA
D. Sink ley
5. Dally high
Officer*: Lefl to Riflhf. Glen do Bulla n, Secretory; Kolhy Payne,
President; Avo cods, Treasurer; Teddy Most, Vice-President; Dale
AG BUSINESS CLUB
First Ravt t Left to Right, David White, Steve Low son, Ricky Dcrvis,
Hugh Reavis, Thomas Davis, John Jetty?, James Phlops, Bill/ Smith,
Second Row: Mr 4 Ervin, Advisor; Eddie Bryant, James Ward, John
Slorbuck, Gory Moorvey, Randolph Fender, Mike Hayes.
Members selling Tickels for o
Color TV given away at the
Left to Right: Debbie Atkins, Liz Sparger, Pallia Adam, Linda luacs,
Pet Rupordj Craio ooylei, Dr. Gorrioran, Anvijor; Suian Lawrence,
Gray Marion, Dorlene Tolbert, Beverly Batn, Steve Fiippin, Gory
MiJtj, Robert Landry, Mark Matthews,
Dr. GofriofHjn look* an rift Spanish
iludenti hard at work.
Left to Right: Robert Hudson, Keith Thomas, Sam Cook, Frank Per-
kins, Mike Gruse, Pre},; Lonnie Badgelt, Greg Leonard, ArvTl Scott,
Tommy Adams, Albert Smimi, Glenn Mqrtfn, Jfmmy Park, Greg Tuc-
ker, James Johnson,
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CIRCLE K CLUB
Cynthia Hi art
Ana San I ana
STUDENT NURSES ASSN.
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First Blood Drive
Jon Low son
Oar/ Mi I Is
Ph 1 (jg rapher
Pfoologropby Edit Or
Parti e Adam*
Debbie Ho yes
Jan Lovson, Editorial Board
Jerry Raid, Editorial Board
Keith Roy, Editorial Board
June Lowjon, Circulation- Editor
Jane R*ld, Certooniit
Conrod C. Hotegmb, Jr.
Patsy Jooei, David Hensley, June Lawson,
and Jan* Reid in "Fumed Oak. "
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Kay Sheets In "Please, No 'Flowers."
Co-cqprains Clinton Bullock and Randy Beesois shake
hands with I he G.T,I, Ccprain bef-pre arvjlher K-nighl
Craig Bay) as ihcwi his jumping
style agairnr Guilford Tech.
Coach Wayne Mo dinger
reflect! the preuurn of the basketball season In hii
Clirtton Bullock puts a move on
^» Tony Forrest tofcei the hgll to the hoop
fur gn eaiy one.
Croig ooyles goes high for
The referee ot WMkes Community
warns Randy Beeson against dun-
king the balk
Allen Sttmpson rowers over on
opponent !o lake ihe tip— jff.
Clinton Bullock prepgres
to shoot o Foul shot dur-
ing: another victory.
Kon She I ton adds two more ogoTnsi Southeastern
Urn victorious Knights dlsploy the trophies won in their itate championship effort.
The Knights ore, left to right, Ronnie Snow, Gray Marion, Craig fioyles, Eric
Strickland, Allan Stlmpsan, Bill Hayes, Co-captain Clinton Bullock, Ken She I ion,
Co-captain Randy Beeson, and Tony Forresi, Coach Wayne Motsioger provided the
leadership for the Knights 4 most successful season yet.
SCC Wins State Crown
The 1972 version of SCCs Knight basketball team after o slow stort, opened
the new gymnasium by winning a state NCCCAA championship. After dropping the
First three games, the team's freshmen began to show their style as Surry won their
next eight against lough opposition before losing to Gas too and Southeastern for the
second time. The Knights began the "second season" in the state playoffs ot Kf niton
against Gaston College toking a 61-60 decision. On the following night SCC rolled
over Southeastern Community College to win the state crown* The Knights advanced
to the Region X NJCAA playoffs at Ferrvm (Va,) Junior College. The Knight's
season ended with o loss in o close game against Anderson (S.C.) Jr. College, as
the Anderson squad won 85-70.
L«ft to right: Co- Certain Tina Strickland, Linda Matbii, June Law son, Co- Cap tain
Suiart Lawrence, Trtjha Pepnon, Debbie Maser, PhyMTi Ct^urth ( Alisu Rowley, Fort-
ground: Bob Carter and Steve Leftwleh*
Surry's c h flfrrl eodari
win it ate --wide at*
claim foe their
The busiest man on the scpjad, Mascot Orii irvln, tokm out Hme to p«*
with Steve Leftwich (left), and his mother, Mrs* Ervlrt.
Building a strong foundation takes practice I
Desperation leads to strange moves
/ \ Cheerleaders
Bob: H 1 trust you, Steve,"
Steve; "Yw fool I "
Above: Groy Marlon stu-
dies the situation to se« f£
Joe Atkins is ready far a-
nather impossible shot. Be-
low : The scoreboard shows
how close the game really
Due to time (imitations no group picture of the
tennis team wos available.
At press time the team included; Rondy Edwards,
Groy Marion, Ronnie Snow, Gene Sain, Robert
Landry, Mike Stone, Clinton Bullock, Kenny Steele,
Doug, Lawrence and Eddie Wall*
Coached by James Reeves
Gene Sain begins Pits Spring training early.
The 1972 Homecoming condrdotts were nominated by campus clues
and organ! za (ions and war*; (leFt to right^ June Law&an r Tina Strick-
land, Pauia Key, Cynthia Hiott, Susan Hunter, Phyllis Church, Una
Con, Janice Salmons, Sandra Montgomery, and Sub Covington,
Jerry Adams, SCC student and noted diic jockey of
WSYO served as Master of Ceremonim.
Cynthia Hiatt wos named first runner-up in the
June is congratulated by Randy
Beeson aj Clinton flu J lock and last
year's funner-up Mlmi Patterson
Miss June Lawson
Licorfcd by Roul Gordiolo
We hove only fust begun,
But there ore those among us who know the rood we travel.
We follow in their footsteps,
As the/ go before us.
TheJr sacrifices have given us the knowledge to moke our
The road behind them may hove been rough - -*■
We cannot judge;
We only know it has given them the qualities it takes to be
Outstanding in the eyes of their fol towers.
Such outstanding people deserve a little more
Praise than they have yet received.
To these people
We dedicate the following pages.
,k A perfect woman, nobly planned,
To warm, to comfort, and command;
And yet o spfrit Still and light
With something gf angelic light,"
What diora can *« toy?
Mrs. Leona Cooke
Mr. George Jones
He it a man to wham the world it but a saw, a block of wood,
and a ikillful hand.
He is a man to whom we give no credil.
But, in reality, his reward '* tn the good he doei.
He builds the builders to mofee our world efficient.
Yet we never see him.
See him a* he ti.
Recognition coftiBj but ffj the dark-
ness of a moment. For iiw yean
he has given. HTj numinr is now,
a moment erf inconsequence, per-
haps, tiul 1 his IS hismacntint. Our
Sincerity i» matched but only in
the deep example ha has far,
A friend should be one in whose
t understanding and virtue wc con
confide, and whose opinion we con
value at once For in Justness ond
Mr. Richard C. Seltzer
Miss Ruth Thompson
Though fines may look bleak ond bar*
Though minds and hearts are in despair
There is a t tower which blooms each day
To guide a student along the way
A new ray of hope re*t in her smfl*
For it is in Her the gfiswer lies
To many a question and rrtqriy a drtfcxn
Mr. James Wallace
He help* you
He makes you understand
He makes you happy
He is know I edge obi 6
H# give* the eKtra effort
He Is firm but fair
He is unmistakably
Student Governmenj Association
G lender Bullae
Mu Alpha Theto Society- Secretary
Qrcle K Sweetheart
Biology Lab Assistant
Student Govsmmsnt Association
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Photography Editor- LANCER
Jane Re id
Student Government AiiOtinli on
In purring the 1972 Loncer together, we found, besides rhe
many problem*, that there were people without whett help, there
would hove been nothing. To our photographers, lorry Gordon,
Dick Hill, ond especially to Jerry Reid, who wo* responsible for
developing over 500 pictures used in this annual; To Mr. Arden
Lackey, without whose help and advice, as well as the individual
pictures, The Lancer would not hove been possible; to Mr. Richard
Seltzer who helped where no other could; and to the countless people
whose cooperation ond work, both in selling pictures ond in advising,
helped us to bring this 1972 Lancer to you, the students of SCC.
Gory Mills A Jon Lowson
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So My Fantasy Becomes Reality
And I Mutt Be What I Must Be
And Foce Tomorrow
So I'll continue to continue
to pretend my life will never end
And f lower* never bend
With the rainfall.
Simon and Garfunkel
Stephens Publish I ru
Winsmn ■ SaJtm, N.C.